Foreign Policy of the European Union Assessing Europe's Role in the World

ISBN-10: 0815722524
ISBN-13: 9780815722526
Edition: 2nd 2012 (Revised)
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List price: $20.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
Publication date: 6/27/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 366
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.166
Language: English

In this revised edition of The Foreign Policy of the European UnionFederiga Bind and her contributors —some of the most representative scholars in the field —address theEU's relations with particular geographic regions and its policies on specific topical issues such as security and defense, as well as economic competitiveness.In a relatively short amount of time, the European Union has become one of the world's most powerful and important actors on the world stage, playing a critical role in the current geopolitical arena. The events of the Arab Spring and the Eurozone crisis, however, have come to test the EU's willingness and preparedness to tackle these challenges as a unitary actor with one single voice. The EU's internal transformations and international challenges raise a series of questions for the future of its foreign policy: Can there in fact be a cohesive "foreign policy" for a union composed of twenty-seven member states? If so, how does this foreign policy manifest? In which way has the Lisbon Treaty contributed to enhancing the EU's competencies and institutional structure inthe field of foreign policy? What are the goals and priorities of the EU's foreign policy, and what has it contributed to the development of human rights, peace, democracy, and regional integration in other parts of the world? This book addresses thesecrucial issues.Praise for the first edition"One of the most comprehensive studies of the EU foreign policy to date. The EU's foreign policy is not an easy subject to tackle, but the contributors do it in an elegant and cogent manner." —Luciano Bardi, University of Pisa, and president of the EuropeanConsortium for Political Research.

Foreword
Introduction
The European Union's Foreign Policy Tools
European Union Foreign Policy: A Historical Overview
The New EU Foreign Policy under the Treaty of Lisbon
The Making of EU Foreign Policy-Does Lisbon Matter? A View from Within
Common Security and Defense Policy: Development, Added Value, and Challenges
Justice and Home Affairs as a New Tool of European Foreign Policy: The Case of Mediterranean Countries
The European Union and its Neighbors
European Neighborhood Policy: Living Up to Regional Ambitions?
The European Union and Russia: Engaged in Building a Strategic Partnership
Ukraine and Belarus: Floating between the European Union and Russia
The European Union and the Western Balkans: Does the Lisbon Treaty Matter?
EU Enlargement: The Challenge and Promise of Turkey
The European Union and the Mediterranean Nonmember States
The European Union and the Middle East
The European Union and Other Countries
The Lisbon Treaty and Relations between the European Union and the United States
Relations between the EU and Latin America and the Caribbean: Competition or Cooperation with the United States?
EU-Canada Relations: Toward a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement?
The European Union in Africa: In Search of a Strategy
Toward Policy Coherence: The European Union�s Regional and Bilateral Approaches to East Asia
The EU-China Relationship: From Cooperation to Strategic Partnership
Promoting Values and Models Abroad
The European Union as a Model Power: Spreading Peace, Democracy, and Human Rights in the Wider World
U.S. and EU Strategies for Promoting Democracy
Conclusion
The Open Question of an EU Foreign Policy
Contributors
Index

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